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Lieberman Shouldn't Be FBI Director

Lieberman served as CT state attorney general for six years, ending in 1989, but otherwise has held political office. A former chairman of the News, Lieberman ran for vice president alongside former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore in the 2000 election, becoming the first Jewish candidate on a major American political party's presidential ticket. Lire la suite »

Senate Intelligence Committee leaders demand Comey's notes

FBI Director James Comey during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing on Russian actions during the 2016 election campaign, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, March 20, 2017. According to the story, Comey documented the conversation in memos. Comey writes that he replied to the president: "I agree he is a good guy". It asked acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe to hand over any notes Comey has of conversations between the White House and Justice Department officials ... Lire la suite »

Google I/O 2017: highlights from the developer conference


Because of an old OS version, the latest Unicode revision is not supported on these smartphones, leading to a blank square, in place of one of the new emoji. It can also recognize things like flower species and other objects. As a result, the apps will run faster Google said. Assistant now has some Google Lens smarts. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron limite par décret le nombre de collaborateurs des ministres


Le porte-parole du gouvernement Christophe Castaner avait indiqué jeudi à l'issue du premier Conseil de ministres qu'une "circulaire sur la place des cabinets ministériels serait présentée prochainement ". Selon ce décret, tout membre d'un cabinet ministériel doit également "adresser une déclaration de situation patrimoniale et une déclaration d'intérêts à la Haute Autorité pour la transparence de la vie publique". Lire la suite »

Louisiana House backs ban on removal of Confederate statues

Workers took down a Confederate monument to Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard in New Orleans early Wednesday as onlookers watched from lawn chairs, defiant statue supporters waved Confederate battle flags and opponents celebrated. Only nonprofits and governmental entities will be allowed to take part in the process, and the city said the process will include the Battle of Liberty Place monument as well as the statues of Davis and Lee. Lire la suite »

Steve's ex sues him for damaging her 'soul'


Comedian Steve Harvey's ex-wife, Mary Lee Harvey, has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the "Family Feud" host for, among other things, "murdering" her soul. "He can do whatever he likes with his share." she said. " Steve Harvey owes me $50 million and I want him arrested for violating my civil rights". Lire la suite »

Donald Trump to join Mike Pence in disclosing 2016 financial information

This is the first time a sitting vice president has formed such a separate political arm. Former administration officials have used either party or campaign funds to cover travel costs. The filing comes as Republicans and Democrats are chattering about the possibility - however far-fetched, remote and deep into the future - that Pence could someday ascend to the presidency. Lire la suite »

WannaCry Ransomware Cyberattack fails in India


The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said in an emailed statement it has not received any major infection reports from the country's banks on the cyber attack. More recently, researchers believe that Lazarus compromised the SWIFT banking system and netted tens of millions of dollars from Vietnamese and Bangladeshi banks. Lire la suite »

The Wannacry Cyber Attack Puts NSA Hacking Back Into Focus

Marcus Hutchins, who was hailed a hero after stopping the WannaCry bug that infected 230,000 devices worldwide, was banned from internet access after being accused of crashing his school's IT system. You may want to consider turning on automatic updates from Microsoft Windows . After all, security vendors are still seeing successful exploitation attempts today for MS08-067, the Windows vulnerability that allowed the Conficker computer worm to spread nine years ago. Lire la suite »

New York driver suspect Richard Rojas was 'hearing voices'


Rojas was charged with one count of murder in the second-degree, aggravated vehicular homicide and multiple counts of attempted murder, a NY police spokesman said in an email late on Thursday. Mr Aubry said: "He makes a u-turn on to the westside sidewalk between 7th Avenue and 42nd Street, proceeds on the westside sidewalk for three and a half blocks where he hits a stanchion". Lire la suite »

Australia's banks have 'target on their chests' in Federal Budget 2017


Growth this year is expected to be 2.5 per cent. It comes as Treasurer Scott Morrison has been attacked for having a "Labor-like" Budget, after he scrapped $13 billion in zombie savings. A super tax, new regulatory bodies, and big fines for new misconduct rules - it wasn't a great day at the office for the banks. It will be hard for Labor to argue against one of the biggest imposts in the budget - an $8.2 billion rise in the Medicare levy to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Lire la suite »

Impeachment Talk Is Mounting. But How Would It Work?

State Sen. Daniel Biss (D-Evanston), J.B. Pritzker and Chicago Ald. They must rely on enough Republicans releasing their embrace of Trump and supporting steps to uncover the truth. A move to impeach does not necessarily mean the president will be forced from office. And the 25th Amendment gives it the power to remove a president who is deemed by the vice president and Cabinet officials to be "unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office". Lire la suite »

EN DIRECT. Premier entretien téléphonique entre Poutine et Macron

Un cliché uniquement avec les femmes du gouvernement , en compagnie du Premier ministre Edouard Philippe et du Président Emmanuel Macron , a aussi été pris. Quant à François Bayrou , il a été ministre de l'Education entre mars 1993 et 1997. Nouvelle ministre des Armées, la députée européenne centriste Sylvie Goulard , prend leur suite dans l'ordre protocolaire . Lire la suite »

Key dates in the case of WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning

That's where she'd been serving a 35-year sentence for giving classified government materials to WikiLeaks. The former member of the USA military was given a 35-year sentence in 2013 before former president Barack Obama granted her clemency during his final days in office. Lire la suite »

Trump warns Russian Federation investigation 'hurts our country'

Scott Applewhite). Ryan said Congress "can't deal with speculation and innuendo" and m. Most Republicans have remained very careful to only express displeasure with solitary news items that portray the administration poorly, while declining to connect any dots until there is more evidence - all the while, stifling efforts to actually connect those dots. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron n'est pas très populaire auprès des Français

Le rôle du Premier ministre est d'"arbitrer" . Pour Emmanuel Macron, le rôle du président de la République est de " fixer la stratégie ", de " donner un cap, un sens " et de préserver " les équilibres de nos institutions ". Le Président a aussi évoqué l'élaboration d'une " circulaire qu'il doit présenter avec le Premier ministre sur la place des cabinets ministériels ", selon le porte-parole. Lire la suite »

Trump Speaks on Behalf of Jailed U.S. Pastor With Erdogan


At their meeting Tuesday, Trump said the US would re-establish its military and economic partnership with Turkey, committing to backing Turkey's defense against both Islamic State and the PKK. Two men were also arrested by D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department on the scene - Jalal Kheirabaoi of Fairfax, VA, and Ayten Necmi of Woodside, NY, according to police reports. Lire la suite »

Nicolas Hulot aura " son mot à dire sur l'agriculture "

En succédant à Ségolène Royal, Nicolas Hulot a aussi hérité de quelques gros dossiers. La réaction des anti-nucléaires n'a pas tardé. Le ministre de la Transition écologique et solidaire, devra tout d'abord poursuivre l'application de la loi de transition énergétique pour la croissance verte, votée en août 2015. Lire la suite »

No politician has been treated more unfairly


Trump said "Over the course of your life, you will find that things are not always fair. You will find that things happen to you that you do not deserve and that are not always warranted", Trump said. A day earlier, the Washington Post, citing unnamed sources, reported that Trump had shared highly classified intelligence with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov regarding an Islamic State group terror threat. Lire la suite »

Albanian politicians postpone parliamentary vote to June 25


Albania's ruling and opposition parties on Thursday unveiled a package of measures that form part of the deal on all parties taking party in the next elections, which have been postponed to June 25. Two main political camps have also agreed to vote into existence bodies in the current parliament that will vet judges and prosecutors, as part of the judicial reform package. Lire la suite »

President Trump Denies Asking Comey To Scuttle Flynn Investigation

Trump fired Comey one week ago, in what the White House initially said was based on the recommendations of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. "But if you're trying to build an obstruction-of-justice case, you might want the president to keep talking, because everything he does is digging a deeper legal hole for himself", Miller suggested. Lire la suite »

Trump says he did not ask Comey to end investigation

While the Comey memo has been shared with certain Federal Bureau of Investigation officials, according to reports , the full contents of the memo have not been made public, though some portions have been read to national reporters. With the 2018 Congressional mid-term elections fast approaching, maybe of Trump's erstwhile allies face a hard campaign dominated by questions about the president's conduct and with few legislative victories to fall back on. Lire la suite »

U.S. extends Iran nuke sanctions relief, adds other sanctions

As it now stands, all candidates have vowed to continue abiding by the JCPOA, including the frontrunning incumbent, President Hassan Rouhani and his closest contender, the hardline conservative cleric, Ibrahim Raisi. "JCPOA" is the formal name of the nuclear deal. "It's a clear message to foreign banks and companies looking to do business with Iran: You will be taking significant risks if you deal with a country still covered by a web of expanding nonnuclear sanctions", they wrote. Lire la suite »